Westerlund's Game Grew from Playing with Dahlin in Sweden - NHL.com
Arizona Coyotes prospect Filip Westerlund is hopeful lessons learned from watching teammate Rasmus Dahlin will help him make an NHL roster someday.
Arizona Coyotes ink deal with Fanatics to operate team stores - Phoenix Business Journal
The NHL team anticipates strong interest in its Kachina jerseys, which will be on shelves in September.
Leafs’ smartest bet is to sign Matthews, Marner, Nylander now – ProHockeyTalk
They only need to sign Nylander, but Marner and Matthews could kill it in contract years.
Boston to retire Rick Middleton’s Jersey Number - Stanley Cup of Chowder
No more shall any Bruin other than Middleton wear the number 16
NHL Free Agency: New York Rangers and Ryan Spooner Agree to Two-Year Deal - Blueshirt Banter
The New York Rangers announced that they have signed RFA Ryan Spooner to a two-year contract.
Barry Hanrahan named Flyers’ Vice President - Broad Street Hockey
He will remain Assistant General Manager as well.
Kevin Hayes’ Extension Leaves Jeff Gorton In A Tough Spot - Blueshirt Banter
It takes two to tango. Remember that as we dive into this water, because it’s deep and murky and there’s way more questions than answers here.
Brendan Smith’s Road to Rangers Redemption Begins Now - Blueshirt Banter
Improved conditioning is the first step among many en route to a Broadway return.
Should Seguin re-sign with the Stars? – ProHockeyTalk
Why such a choice is far from a no-brainer.
The perception of Marc-Andre Fleury and what it means for his recent contract extension - Knights On Ice
Aging curves, statistical regression and the debate as to the perception of Marc-Andre Fleury all becomes increasingly relevant following Vegas’ three-year extension of the veteran goalie.
Blackhawks’ Gustav Forsling out 14 weeks after right wrist surgery - Second City Hockey
The right-handed defenseman will miss at least 12 regular-season games.
Braden Holtby takes Stanley Cup to ice rink where his childhood hockey team played - Russian Machine Never Breaks
Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby hosted his day with the Stanley Cup on Tuesday, taking the trophy to fans around his home province of Saskatchewan, Canada.